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   Re: novice/virgin/ignorance

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  • From: Bruce Stephens <Bruce.Stephens@MessagingDirect.com>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: 25 Oct 1999 12:17:42 +0100

Richard Lanyon <rgl@decisionsoft.com> writes:


> XSLT is the W3C's work-in-progress towards a standard. However, it is not
> the only method for converting from XML to HTML, and may or may not be the
> most appropriate for what you're doing. Check out XML Script as well, for 
> one alternative:
> http://www.xmlscript.org/

Of course, if the XML is of some existing DTD, there may already be
prepackaged solutions.  For example, if it's DocBk, then
<URL:http://nwalsh.com/docbook/xsl/index.html> has stylesheets, and
there are free tools for using them.

Bruce Stephens			Bruce.Stephens@MessagingDirect.com
MessagingDirect(UK) Ltd		<URL:http://www.MessagingDirect.com/>

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